Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Last Day to Record Book Titles: 7/31/14

Thursday is the last day to record book titles onto your official Summer Reading Club Title Chart. 

So, hurry in and stop by the special Summer Reading Club table in the Children's Department.

After completing the requirements, you can pick up the prizes you have earned as well as an invitation to the Summer Reading Club Extravaganza!

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Happy Batman Day!

DC Comics has declared July 23rd as Batman Day! 

In celebration, the Comsewogue Public Library is giving away Batman goody bags to the first 50 children to visit the Children's & Teen Services Desk today. Each goody bag contains a poster, a tattoo and an awesome Batman mask!

While you're here, pick up a Batman book or movie. Click here to browse our catalog holdings now and place a reserve.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Pick Up Your Invitation to the Summer Reading Club Extravaganza!

Have you completed the requirements for the Summer Reading Club at CPL?

If yes, Congratulations! On Tuesday, July 22 you are welcome to stop by the library and pick up your invitation to the Summer Reading Club Extravaganza!

The National Circus Project will be joining us again this year, for another rip-roaring celebration. Come and have fun with us and enjoy an Italian ice after the show!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Read S'more Books This Summer!

Visit the Children's Department at CPL and check out our new interactive book display, up through the month of July.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Record Your Summer Reading Book Titles Today!

Have you been diligently reading since you signed up for the Summer Reading Club at CPL?

Stop by and visit the special table in the Children's Department to record those book titles onto your official Title Chart. As you reach new reading milestones, you will earn prizes and stickers!

The last day to record your titles is July 31st.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

New Website of the Month! - Braille Bug

Almost 200 years ago, a boy named Louis Braille invented a way to read by touching bumps on a page!

Visit Braille Bug to explore the Braille alphabet code, games, rhymes, riddles, secret messages, and information about Louis Braille. You can also explore the Helen Keller Kids' Museum Online and learn about a famous 'Champion of the Blind.'

Start your summertime fun by seeing your name in Braille!

Attention Parents: Read our full review on the Parents page.